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Mohamed Salah nominated for PFA Player of the Month award

Mohamed Salah nominated for PFA Player of the Month award

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Egypt international and Liverpool‘s forward, Mohamed Salah, has been shortlisted for the fans Premier League Player of the Month for March.

The 25-year-old was on fire last month scoring six goals, while providing an assist in four Premier League appearances against Watford, Crystal Palace, Newcastle United, and Manchester United.

READ: Salah voted Champions League player of the week

He managed to score his first Premier League super hat-trick against Watford and netted once against each of the Magpies and the Eagles.

His six goals raised his tally to 29 goals, five goals away from Tottenham’s Harry Kane and eight away from Manchester City forward Sergio Agüero.

The Egypt international is shortlisted along with Tottenham’s trio Dele Alli, Son-Heung Min and Jan Vertonghen and Man City’s duo David Silva and Leroy Sane. You have until Monday, 9 April to vote for the Egyptian here.

READ: Salah achieves massive success in latest campaign to fight drug addiction in Egypt

Salah has previously won the award three times before in November, December, and February and is the most likely name to win the PFA Player of the Year award.

READ: Every record broken by Mohamed Salah this season

Liverpool are currently third in the Premier League with 66 points and their next game will be against Everton in the Merseyside derby on Saturday, April 7.

A pre-dental student majoring in Applied Kinesiology at Rutgers University, Emergency Medical Technician, Reporter at and a devoted Real Madrid fan.

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